Agility. Sounds great, but let’s be honest… many of us are anything but agile, flexible, open to change, and willing… Read more 4 Benefits of becoming more agile in your career
When I taught college full-time, I noticed a shift in student behavior in 2015. Most traditional-aged college students spent much… Read more Soft skills & Gen Z: Helping today’s college students & entry-level employees
Here are some sobering stats related to conflict in the workplace. 10% of employees reported missed project deadlines due to… Read more Prevention versus damage control: Invest in what produces change
There are four common barriers to competent cross-cultural communication. Making decisions based on faulty assumptions Fear and ego Deep-seated biases… Read more Putting down our anvils: Mindful communication as pathway to cultural sensitivity & inclusion
What is it like being a senior in college during the COVID-19 pandemic? Senior Brooke Talley shares her journey.
Here’s a thought on personal social media management: Don’t wear out your welcome. Wearing out your welcome is easy to… Read more Personal social media management: Don’t wear out your welcome
Yes–things are different. Change can be overwhelming. But all things in our lives will continue to change. And we must,… Read more COVID-19 and the long-term changes to the workplace landscape
One way I help fulfill fulfill nonprofit organizations’ missions is by building brand awareness via social media. I’m no newbie to social media management.
The soft skills deficit Five years ago, while teaching full-time as an English instructor at a community college, I became… Read more Feeling the pain: Employers respond to the soft skills deficit
Story of two business owners and which soft skill sets one of them up for success (by Bethany Wallace Communications & Consulting).